Btw, I have worked out a way to get the colors I want, and that looks very much like reality.
1. DO NOT sample the "right" WB. Use LV and set your Kelvin number so that the wb looks the way you want, and I choose a wb as close to reality as I can. For example if I shoot under a warm indoor light, I set a wb to keep that mood, instead of turning the white white.
2. I then shoot the CC with my set wb, and I also use that wb for every shot after that (of course)
3. I export with CC passport and make the profile, finetune the WB and then check the colors, if anything looks to saturated etc, I finetune them also to make it look "right".
4. When the fine tuning is done, I make a preset with the "right" wb, colorprofile and name it after the wb.
That way the next time I shoot under similar conditions I can add the preset and do nothing more.